This is a hard park to rate. Under most circumstances, a dry camping park like this would get a 9 rating. It is free. It has large shade trees. The roads and site parking spaces are paved (in perfect condition). There are bathrooms and showers. It's not crowded. However, the location is the big negative. It is on the outskirts of the sad looking Navajo town of Chinle. There is no access control, so the locals use it like a city park. People are constantly cruising through. Most are families, but many are kids and persons of questionable looks. Packs of dogs roam the park.
Does have trees. Mostly has lots and lots of red dust. However, the same is true of most campgrounds in this area. If you have a dog, it will get covered in the red dust. Not really a destination park. OK for overnight. We looked at the other park, which has crushed gravel sites and roads; however, it was full. We would not stay in this park again.